FeaturesReplacement Bulb for the Light-A-Life Light.
PLEASE NOTE: The LAL bulb is a 12V light bulb and not meant for a 110V socket.
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1 x Light-A-Life Replacement Bulb
1 x Light-A-Life Replacement Bulb
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Comments about Light-a-Life Replacement Bulb:
We use this led light bulb while camping to light up both our camper and tent. We also use it while working around camp at night. Uses very little battery power.
We are very pleased with the quality of the goal zero products.
We are have this bulb in a lamp in our front room, my husband ran electric cord from batteries to our front room. The light is on about 5-6 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Our batteries are charged by solar panels which helps keep our electric bill down. Really helps to have a battery operated light when the electric goes out.
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Q:I have a couple light fixtures wired into a 12v system. Will these work in a candelabra socket?
A:Yes, this replacement bulb will fit a candelabra fixture socket.
Q:does this product make noise of any kind?
A:They should not make any noise assuming everything is working correctly.
Q:Will any 12v dc circuit bulbn work with the LAL or just this one? My current bulb just went out and I was looking to get another quickly.
A:Yes, only the Light a Life Replacement bulb will work with the 12v dc.
A:Thanks for contacting Goal Zero! As long as it's 12V bulb it should work.
Q:does this bulb fit into a standard light bulb base?
A:Thanks for your question! Unfortunately this bulb will not work with your standard light bulb base. The voltage is different and was specifically designed to work with the Light-A-Life.
A:No this light bulb will not fit a standard light bulb base.
Q:This bulb looks different than the one that is in the LAL that I bought today. Why is it different? What is the difference between this and the bulb I have which has rows of bulbs sticking out the sides? Also what is the degree Kelvin of this bulb and mine?
A:We made a change in the lights we use to help with the lifespan on the bulb. Longer life means more hours of use.
A:The product pictured is a 12v bulb. It is possible you have the 110v bulb.
Q:I have purchased 2 light a life in the past month and they a different bulbs. The older looking bulb flickers to the point that you can not use it as a light. I change between the 2 lights and it is the bulb and was wondering if that was a common issue with it.
A:It is not a common issue, please contact our Solution Center for warranty information or questions. You can contact us via email at email@example.com or by phone at 1.888.794.6250
Q:Is this bulb different from the one that came with the light-a-life sold about a year ago? Does this one produce a warmer tint?
A:Yes the newer ones do product a Slightly warmer tint. Also the design is slightly different. But the Tech specs are still the same. Give us a call for more information.
A:That produces 160 Lumens.
Q:I have a few questions about this light. Is this light using SMD LED? What is the color of this light on the Kelvin scale? Does it still use 3 Watts or is it less watts? Thank you for your time.
A:The new Light a Life lights are SMD LED. They Engineers told me what they remember them being around 3000-4000 on the Kelvin Scale. And yes the Wattage is 3.
Q:Do you have to charge this device? I didn't see any product specifications.
A:This is a bulb for our Light-A-Life Light.
Q:Unit has a base that looks like it would plug into a regular 115v lamp socket. Would this bulb work in this mode or is it a 12VDC base?
A:This bulb is designed to work on a 12VDC circuit. It will work in any 12VDC circuit.
A:This bulb is designed to only work with the Light-a-Life.